REFILE-Foreigners hunt small Japanese shares as big caps no longer cheap


(Corrects dateline to Sept. 25) * Exporters have become expensive - portfolio manager * Key is to find opportunity in untapped small caps - local fund manager By Ayai Tomisawa TOKYO, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Long-term foreign investors are looking into small cap Japanese shares as the Tokyo market's bellwethers such as Toyota Motor Corp and Sony Corp no longer look cheap even after considering the effect of the weak yen. ...


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